Reflecting on your own skills and competences is the basic prerequisite for your own further development and change. Consciously questioning and directing your own thoughts and actions is the basis of self-leadership.
The digital flood of information, pressure to make decisions and complexity require constant reprioritization and a conscious focus on what is essential. It is important to act independently and flexibly and to create habits for your own productivity.
Resilience means to keep cool in stressful times and under pressure. When change and setbacks cause frustration, resilience helps you to act flexibly and stay motivated. It provides the necessary stamina to stay on course towards your goal.
Virtual coordination and cooperation involve misunderstandings. Therefore, the ability to communicate clearly, constructively and appreciatively is all the more important. The awareness of your own language and the conscious choice of appropriate words can be trained.
CONFLICT MANAGEMENT SKILLS
Digital work and communication hold a high potential for conflict. The ability to listen actively, to empathize with others and to communicate in a differentiated and precise way helps to avoid misunderstandings and to manage conflicts constructively.
DEALING WITH RISK AND UNCERTAINTY
Confidence in yourself and your abilities as well as trust in others leads to self-assurance. Feeling strong on the inside helps to handle ambiguity and uncertainty on the outside more calmly. In this way, you remain capable of making decisions and taking action.
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These personal competencies help them to make independent, quick, and considered decisions in complex situations and to react flexibly to work demands.
Especially due to the variety of available information, the unpredictability of changes and developments as well as the increasing complexity, competences such as self-reflection and dealing with complexity are important prerequisites for acting confidently.